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Rebuilding Community

at Clark Fork's Cabinet Mountain Bar & Grill ... Full story

Clark Fork celebrates its 100th year

When “Clarks Fork” became an official town in the state of Idaho in May of 1911, it could be argued that it was already past ... Full story

The Coolin School

In the 'good old days' at Coolin School, ‘bomb scare' meant holding class on the lawn because a skunk had taken up residence under the ... Full story

50 Years of Controversy

Local historian looks at the real history of the bypass, the bridge and the barratry behind it all ... Full story

Thirty Years and Bursting

Bonner County Historical Museum outgrowing its collections ... Full story

Lots of Fireworks

"Clarks Fork" lore remembered ... Full story

The Lost Summer

"It seemed like the world was on fire." Revisiting the Sundance Fire of 1967 ... Full story

The House that Huff Built

February 27, 2002 Trite it may be, and a cliché that doesn't make sense. Still, that old-time expression, "cute as a bug's ear," seems most appropriate ... Full story

The Heron Bridge

Ferries, rowboats and "cages:" remembering when crossing the Clark Fork to Heron was a little more complicated ... Full story

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